Paralegal - In-House

4 days left

London (Greater)
Up to £45,000 per annum
01 Feb 2021
01 Mar 2021
Job Title
Practice Area
Commercial Contracts
Contract Type
Full Time

We have just received an exciting new opportunity for a Paralegal to join a fast-growing reinsurance start up in London.

Launched last year, the business has already seen huge growth and they are now looking to expand their in-house legal team. The company focus on providing risk solutions to a range of corporations and businesses and are continuously seeking new ways to improve their strategy.

As part of the company’s growth, they are currently looking for a Paralegal to assist on a broad range of corporate and commercial work. The successful Paralegal will be joining a small team and will have the chance to work on a range of commercial contracts and transactions:

  • Supporting and working with senior lawyers in areas such as corporate, commercial and insurance
  • Reviewing a range of commercial agreements, such as NDAs and supplier contracts
  • Various corporate work including drafting board minutes, maintaining corporate registers and preparing filings
  • Assisting with legal research
  • Attending internal and external meetings with the in-house legal team and stakeholders
  • Arranging the delivery of various documentation

The successful Paralegal will have at least 2-3 years’ commercial experience, preferably within insurance or a professional services firm. The role will pay up to £45k depending on experience and they are looking for someone to join as soon as possible.

SO if you are a Paralegal looking for your next in-house role please apply today.

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